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What's New with PFAS? Federal and State Developments

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Remote - Live Webcast

STARTFri., Dec. 16, 2022
1:30 PM
ENDFri., Dec. 16, 2022
3:00 PM
CLE 1.5 sub/0 eth PRICE Regular: $149.00
New Attorney: $75.00
Subscribers Pay: $0.00

About

 

Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) have been widely used in a variety of industrial and consumer applications due to their resistance to heat, water, and oil.  Increased federal and state regulatory attention on certain types of PFAS as well as public scrutiny has transformed the PFAS discussion. 

In light of growing liability concerns and continued uncertainty, this panel will discuss new remediation technologies, recent federal legislation, state regulatory action, and potential impacts on the private sector.

  • PFAS Science Update
  • Federal Developments 
  • State Action
  • Impacts on Private Sector

All attendees will receive the course book as a digital download. A printed copy of the course book is available, at a discount to attendees, for $20. Additional copies are available at full price. If you wish to purchase the printed version of the course book, please call PBI Customer Service at 800-932-4637. Please allow up to two weeks after the program for the printed versions of the course book to be shipped.

We are pleased to co-sponsor this program with the PBA Environmental & Energy Law Section .

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Faculty

NameFirm/Company
Alexandra C. Chiaruttini Esq. The York Water Company
James Fenstermacher PE Ramboll
Kaitlyn R. Maxwell Esq. Greenberg Traurig, LLP (Phila)
Martin R. Siegel Esq. Barley Snyder (York)
Faculty may vary by location.
PBI reserves the right to substitute speakers at all programs.
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